Manga Recommendations

Manga: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Manga: Bokurano
...then you might like
Bokurano
Foreign inhuman creature messes with humanity just for fun. Lots and lots of people die. And the characters all have different opinions on that occurring. Not to mention, the finales both show the arrogant main character being taken down brutally.
Manga: Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut
If you liked
Saijaku Muhai no Bahamut
Manga: Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
...then you might like
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
Both are very well written novels, with good characters, engaging stories, interesting world building, and the main characters don't follow the cliché of defeating their foes by being stronger but instead by using their combat skill to overcome even oppenents that are physically stronger than them.
Manga: Musaigen no Phantom World
If you liked
Musaigen no Phantom World
Manga: Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
...then you might like
Rakudai Kishi no Cavalry
it is the same
Manga: GE: Good Ending
If you liked
GE: Good Ending
Manga: Domestic na Kanojo
...then you might like
Domestic na Kanojo
It's written and illustrated by the same author.It has a somewhat similar storyline as GE.The artstyle is even more beautiful in this manga.I think the characters are also more nicely developed and have more depth to them.If you enjoyed GE,I think you will enjoy reading this manga.
Manga: Kami no Shizuku
If you liked
Kami no Shizuku
Manga: Natsuko no Sake
...then you might like
Natsuko no Sake
Two people getting involved in alcohol making after the death of a loved one - wine and sake act as catalysts for forgotten memories and new meetings. A harduous journey, yet one that fills the heart with a grand sense of accomplishment.
Manga: Metamo☆Kiss
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Metamo☆Kiss
Manga: Shishunki Bitter Change
...then you might like
Shishunki Bitter Change
In both manga main characters can switch bodies
Manga: Tonari no Seki-kun
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Tonari no Seki-kun
Manga: Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
...then you might like
Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
Both are school/class romcom between one boy and one girl, where one of them try to do something weird and the other give reaction (Boke & Tsukkomi comedy). In Seki-kun, Seki try to do something weird because he is bored, and in Sukinako, Mie do weird stuff because she can't see clearly as she always forget to bring eye-glasses
Manga: Saeki-san wa Nemutteru
If you liked
Saeki-san wa Nemutteru
Manga: Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
...then you might like
Suki na Ko ga Megane wo Wasureta
Both are school/class romcom between one boy and one girl, where one of them try to do something weird and the other give reaction (Boke & Tsukkomi comedy). In Saeki san, Saeki is trying to sleep during class, and in Sukinako, Mie do weird stuff because she can't see clearly as she always forget to bring eye-glasses
Manga: Tonari no Seki-kun
If you liked
Tonari no Seki-kun
Manga: Saeki-san wa Nemutteru
...then you might like
Saeki-san wa Nemutteru
Both are class romcom between one boy and one girl, where one of them try to do something weird and the other give reaction (Boke & Tsukkomi comedy). In Saeki san, Saeki is trying to sleep during class and in Seki-kun, Seki try to do different weird stuffs.
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
If you liked
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
...then you might like
Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
-Both are isekais with good execution -MCs start off weak but becomes OP -Similar and likeable MCs
Manga: Honey
If you liked
Honey
Manga: Jewelry: Hane to Kotori no Subarashiki Hibi
...then you might like
Jewelry: Hane to Kotori no Subarashiki Hibi
Both of these manga feature a gap-moe type romance with a guy that looks like a scary delinquent except it turns out he's quite pure hearted.
Manga: Hino-san no Baka
If you liked
Hino-san no Baka
Manga: Lonely Girl ni Sakaraenai
...then you might like
Lonely Girl ni Sakaraenai
Friendship with benefits are the best kind of friendship. Hino san and Lonely girl is similiar if you see it on this perspective. Both of the main girl loves to tease their friend and get to see them flustered. Both have the same kind of contract, one request per day for attending classroom. Kind of refreshing to read. Especially for those who loves shoujo ai genre.
Manga: Let Dai
If you liked
Let Dai
Manga: Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai suru
...then you might like
Zankoku na Kami ga Shihai suru
Similar in its psychological drama element but Let Dai is considerably lighter in tone, still has its moments but overall
Manga: Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
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Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
Manga: Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha Kansatsu Kiroku.
...then you might like
Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha Kansatsu Kiroku.
Both manga are comedies with main girls who were isekai'd into being the villainesses from otome games they played in their past lives. They have similar personalities, with both of them being dense sweethearts that manage to befriend many people. Both girls also have a blond, blue-eyed prince with a bit of a twisted personality as their fiance. Both of the guys are prodigy types who were bored with everything until they got engaged, and thanks to the female lead's quirky personality they start to enjoy life more. However, while Otome's Katarina is trying to avoid her doom, Jishou's Bertia is determined to be the best villain she can be! Jishou is also told from the perspective of Bertia's fiance instead of the isekai'd girl herself, which is something you don't see much of in these kind of stories. It's honestly kind of refreshing. Both of these series left a goofy grin on my face, and hopefully if you're a fan of one you'll end up enjoying the other too!
Manga: Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
If you liked
Kono Subarashii Sekai ni Shukufuku wo!
Manga: Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu
...then you might like
Otome Game Sekai wa Mob ni Kibishii Sekai desu
Do you like MCs who are nice to people who are kind to them, but absolutely shits on anybody who tries to fuck with them? Or the kind that are super lazy scumbags but always do the right thing? How about also being incredibly cultured? Well if you enjoy Kazuma you'll probably like Leon, who has to suffer through the pains of an Otome game, while also crushing the pride of douche bags.
Manga: Souin Gyokusai seyo!
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Souin Gyokusai seyo!
Manga: Peleliu: Rakuen no Guernica
...then you might like
Peleliu: Rakuen no Guernica
Both are a portrayal of soldiers during WWII sent to an island in the Pacific Ocean to fight the american army, showing war in all its cruel and crudely way. They're also similar in representing people in a simplified, or even chibi-style in the case of peleliu, while having more realistic backgrounds. The main difference in treatment is that onward towards our noble deaths is an autobiography while peleliu is the source of a group of historians and can feel more scripted and fake compared to it.
Manga: Genshiken
If you liked
Genshiken
Manga: Himouto! Umaru-chan
...then you might like
Himouto! Umaru-chan
Heartfelt love letters to the otaku culture depicting the lifestyle of these people obsessed with manga, anime or video games and portraying the insecurities and difficulty they can have integrating into society. Genshiken is very particular in that it depicts an older generation influenced by works from the 80s or 90s while umaru is very representative of the modern zoomer otaku and as a whole more centered around comedy.
Manga: Oyasumi Punpun
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Oyasumi Punpun
Manga: Houseki no Kuni
...then you might like
Houseki no Kuni
Although both settings are completely distinct, they both share the same theme of the loss of innocence and how chaotic life can get from that point on, whether you make good decisions or not. They are also unapologetic about how ambivalent reality can be, and do not provide simple answers for their dilemmas.
Manga: Fourteen
If you liked
Fourteen
Manga: JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
...then you might like
JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken Part 8: JoJolion
Series of bizarre occurences and ideas that are stringed together to make a one of a kind saga. In both, the authors use their typical and iconic artstyle to further enhance the atmosphere.
Manga: Gantz
If you liked
Gantz
Manga: Jagaaaaaan
...then you might like
Jagaaaaaan
Reads like Gantz 2.0 so much that it's surprising it isn't authored by Oku Hiroya. Features a selfish MC that develops. Starrs wacky monsters for brutal fights, features explicit content routinely and has a mascot for comedy relief between fights. It's like someone fused Gantz with Parasyte: The Maxim.
Manga: Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
If you liked
Saiki Kusuo no Ψ-nan
Manga: Mousou Telepathy
...then you might like
Mousou Telepathy
They are both comedy's about Mc's that have telepathy. So they both are aware of their unexpected crush/admirer. Mc's are loners but their love interest are the popular, attractive girl/guy. Will their love interest love end one sided or mutual? Read to find out? (If you're going to watch Saiki, I recommend the anime on Netflix)
Manga: Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
If you liked
Tensei shitara Slime Datta Ken
Manga: Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
...then you might like
Kumo desu ga, Nani ka?
Both characters are reincarnated into a fantasy world as monsters. They both have OP and unique skills.
Manga: Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
If you liked
Yankee-kun to Megane-chan
Manga: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
...then you might like
Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
- from the same author - MC are delinquents but are nice guys - same artstyle - both are highschool manga
Manga: Nisekoi
If you liked
Nisekoi
Manga: Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
...then you might like
Yamada-kun to 7-nin no Majo
- both are harem manga - in both manga MC's are delinquents but nice guys - both are highschool mangas
Manga: Kengan Ashura
If you liked
Kengan Ashura
Manga: Shuumatsu no Walküre
...then you might like
Shuumatsu no Walküre
Both manga are a fighting tournament with great fights
Manga: Gekiga Hyouryuu
If you liked
Gekiga Hyouryuu
Manga: Tezuka Osamu Monogatari
...then you might like
Tezuka Osamu Monogatari
Both are about the lives of aspiring mangaka and how they came to be around the same time period of WW2, A Drifting Life also mentions Osamu Tezuka.
Manga: Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"
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Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"
Manga: Gensou Gourmet
...then you might like
Gensou Gourmet
Both have isekai and food themes.
Manga: Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"
If you liked
Isekai Izakaya "Nobu"
Manga: Isekai Shokudou
...then you might like
Isekai Shokudou
Both have isekai and food themes.
Manga: Isekai Shokudou
If you liked
Isekai Shokudou
Manga: Gensou Gourmet
...then you might like
Gensou Gourmet
Both have isekai and food themes.
Manga: Orenchi ni Kita Onna Kishi to Inakagurashi suru Koto ni Natta Ken
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Orenchi ni Kita Onna Kishi to Inakagurashi suru Koto ni Natta Ken
Manga: Nihon e Youkoso Elf-san.
...then you might like
Nihon e Youkoso Elf-san.
If you love reverse-isekai and romance, then this is for you. The other title is Mujintou De Elf to Kyoudou Seikatsu , which doesn't have a MAL entry at the time of this writing.
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Kore wa Ai ja Nai node, Yoroshiku
...then you might like
Kore wa Ai ja Nai node, Yoroshiku
I feel these two are somewhat similar in their overall impression, but Kore wa Ai janai is the straight up version while Kaguya-sama is the over the top parody version. Both are a bickering / rivalry type of romance. Kaguya and Shirogane both don't want to lose by being the first to confess. Kujou wants Izumi to remember something, but he can't straight up tell her, or else he feels like he'd lose. If you enjoyed Kaguya-sama in part because you actually like shoujo, I think you might like Kore wa Ai janai. If you like Kore wa Ai janai for its humorous rivalry, you'll almost certainly like Kaguya-sama.
Manga: Hatsu*Haru
If you liked
Hatsu*Haru
Manga: Kore wa Ai ja Nai node, Yoroshiku
...then you might like
Kore wa Ai ja Nai node, Yoroshiku
The male protagonists of these two manga are somewhat similar. Both are handsome, have a cool reputation, and popular with girls, but in reality are something of a basket case. Both also have a sort of rival/bickering type relationship with their leading girl whom they end up falling for despite themselves.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
If you liked
Yotsuba to!
Manga: Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
...then you might like
Maou no Musume wa Yasashisugiru!!
Both series are quite similar in nature. Both feature a young girl making friends and discovering new things in life. Both are created with a warm and wholesome reading experience in mind.
Manga: Aku no Hana
If you liked
Aku no Hana
Manga: Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
...then you might like
Bokutachi ga Yarimashita
I believe Bokutachi ga Yarimashita appeals to the same audience that enjoyed Aku no Hana. Apart from the sex scenes which aren't present in the later which aims for a slightly younger audience, I still believe they have the same appeal and I'll explain how. In both cases, you can find dysfunctional protagonists dealing with their mistakes (and crimes) and how that influences their growth and adulthood. Some of the characters betray or black-mail the protagonists. While in Aku no Hana our protagonist is strayed from his normal life entirely by a psychotic girl, Bokutachi's protagonist is influenced by the reckless actions of a certain idiot "friend". It's similar but not entirely the same, although at some point in Bokutachi's one of the main characters is strayed by women (sex addiction). Bokutachi tests what friendship and love truly are while Aku no Hana tests the protagonist's love (second half of the manga). Ultimately, these are two stories about the mistakes committed by young people and the atonement/consequences of their actions. Addictive stories for those with a sadistic side who enjoy watching their characters suffer living in a society. The ending is also delivered in a similar note but I will not spoil it. For more details, either ask me or read the other manga to find out by yourself.
Manga: Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
If you liked
Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
Manga: Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
...then you might like
Tearmoon Teikoku Monogatari: Dantoudai kara Hajimaru, Hime no Tensei Gyakuten Story
Unlilke Bakarina, "Mia" the MC of Tearmoon Empire isn't someone who transmigrated, she is someone who traveled back in time after she was executed. Why am I recommending it then? Both of them are the villainess and died because of their wrongdoings and now they're trying their best to avoid the bad end (their execution) by destroying the incoming destruction flags. HOWEVER, because of their airheadedness, they are unable to notice that their actions have a rather positive effect on their reputation... resulting for them to be admired by everyone around.
Manga: Death Note
If you liked
Death Note
Manga: Akumetsu
...then you might like
Akumetsu
Both explore what is just and what is moral and discuss the need for a neccessary evil
Manga: Berserk
If you liked
Berserk
Manga: Vagabond
...then you might like
Vagabond
Lots of dark gritty themes similar to Berserk, but way more tame and philosophical. Fewer fights but deeper stories and themes than Berserk.
Manga: Danna-san wa Onee-san
If you liked
Danna-san wa Onee-san
Manga: Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
...then you might like
Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
Both feature effeminate male love interests. Both are romantic comedies.
Manga: Otomen
If you liked
Otomen
Manga: Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
...then you might like
Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
Both center their stories on masculine female leads and feminine male leads. Both are romantic comedies.
Manga: Mizutama Honey Boy
If you liked
Mizutama Honey Boy
Manga: Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
...then you might like
Tianjiang Xianshu Nan
Both stories feature tomboyish protagonists and feminine male love interests. Both are romantic comedies.
Manga: The Children's Teacher, Mr. Kwon
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The Children's Teacher, Mr. Kwon
Manga: Gokushufudou
...then you might like
Gokushufudou
Stories about characters who for some reasons were in the illegal industry, and were able to abandon this life and get their dream job. In Goku the dreamjob is to be a housewife, ans in The children's Teacher is to be an teacher <.<. Their life would be perfect with their dream life, however sometimes they are confronted by some problems related to their old life. The main diference between these two stories is the tone, in Goku the plot is more oriented for a slice of life comedy daily life, while the childrens teacher is oriented to a more serious drama, where you will follow the protagonist journey in his new way of life.
Manga: Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
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Ran to Haiiro no Sekai
Manga: Majo no Shinzou
...then you might like
Majo no Shinzou
Both storylines presents to the reader an opportunity to follow the dailylife of an witch, presenting marvellous magical scenes. In both cases, the story is developed slowly but in a heratwarming way as the protagonist slowly grows as she makes new friends. In both mangas, we see a psychological development, as the protegonist interact with their reality. As the age os the witches differ between the stories ( ran to hairo the story is about a young witch, and in Majo it's about a old witch the) the major difference, between these manga is in the protagonist development. While in ran to hairoo, the protagonist learn how to better control her powers as she matures in Majo the protagonist already has control of her magical skills, however lacks in interpesonal connections, making it the mains development in its plot. If you are really looking for slice of life fantasy essence reading these are a must!
Manga: Mushishi
If you liked
Mushishi
Manga: Majo no Shinzou
...then you might like
Majo no Shinzou
Keep company with these protagonists as they travel around the world solving problems that can't be answered by the commons means. As you read the mangas, you will see that both protagonist are quite similar, having an easy going, calm and serious personality with years of expertise into the mysthical knowlegde. If you are craving for the slice of life fantasy essence, it's definetly worth a try!!
Manga: Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
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Katekyo Hitman Reborn!
Manga: Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
...then you might like
Yozakura-san Chi no Daisakusen
Both start off as gag manga and Yozakura seems to be going the same route as reborn where it gets more serious as akin to your regular battle shonen both involve the mafia
Manga: Boku dake ga Inai Machi
If you liked
Boku dake ga Inai Machi
Manga: Ano Natsu.
...then you might like
Ano Natsu.
The premise of both stories is time travel involving an adult(s) being thrown back into his or her childhood in order to prevent a tragedy from happening. They both have a similar, serious feeling to them and deal with some heavy topics at times. Some of the differences are that Ano Natsu involving s several people going back in time, and has a butterflies on romantic relationships. In Erased, only the MC is aware of the time change, and the bulk of the story takes place at a younger "age" (revisiting elementary school, versus high school). Both are well written and worth reading.
Manga: Beastars
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Beastars
Manga: Wizdoms no Kemono-tachi
...then you might like
Wizdoms no Kemono-tachi
if you like Wizdoms no Kemono-tachi there a 75% chance you are a furry so here a another furry manga but if your not a furry still read this it is super good
Manga: Juuni Kokuki
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Juuni Kokuki
Manga: Song of the Long March
...then you might like
Song of the Long March
Young girl gets involved with a struggle over a crown and a rule over a kingdom. With scarce allies and she has to survive long enough to solve the conflict. Both series take inspiration from ancient China, though Juuni Kouki is a fantasy.
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
If you liked
Akatsuki no Yona
Manga: Song of the Long March
...then you might like
Song of the Long March
Young princess has her relatives murdered during the coup. Now she has to hide and gather allies so she can take her position back. Both have historical setting.
Manga: Ikoku Nikki
If you liked
Ikoku Nikki
Manga: Haru to Midori
...then you might like
Haru to Midori
Both manga deal with a teenage girl becoming an orphan after an accident. They find themselves living with an introverted adult woman who knew their mom, but not the kid. The manga deal with the topics of mourning their parents and living with a new guardian for the kids, and the topics of suddenly taking on the responsibility of a kid, and their feeling about the deceased mother for the guardians. In Haru to Midori, those are feelings of love, while in Ikoku Nikki, those are feelings of hate.
Manga: Lv999 no Murabito
If you liked
Lv999 no Murabito
Manga: Sono Rettou Kishi, Level 999
...then you might like
Sono Rettou Kishi, Level 999
Well. Levels are somewhat the same, although Knight is more comedic so far without any real drama (which I appreciate). Murabito or Villager seems to have more world uilding, but I have read quite a bit more of it compaired to Knight. I would recommend both if you like OP protaganists. Knight is about a child who think he is below average for his age (cough) Villager is about a villager who was tired of being weak and sets out to change the world rules..
Manga: Blade of the Immortal
If you liked
Blade of the Immortal
Manga: Chainsaw Man
...then you might like
Chainsaw Man
Both have a similar feel and vibe. I know this sounds vague, but go give it a read and you will feel the similarities in the way the characters and the world they inhabit is potrayed and what their functions are. Though the art of Blade of the Immortal is a lot better, both have the same sketchy feel. The MC in both is basically an immortal badass who just do their thing and don't give a fuck about most stuff
Manga: Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
If you liked
Otome Game no Hametsu Flag shika Nai Akuyaku Reijou ni Tensei shiteshimatta...
Manga: Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha Kansatsu Kiroku.
...then you might like
Jishou Akuyaku Reijou na Konyakusha Kansatsu Kiroku.
Booth works feature a girl from our world reincarnated into an otome game as the villainess. But while Jishou Akuyaku Reijou has Bertia, who aims to be a villainess that will reach her downfall in the end, Otome Game has Katarina who wants to avoid her original ending's because she only has death flags waiting for her. Bertia and Katarina are also very similar, they are booth quite dense and clueless about the people surrounding them most of the time. Booth male leads also give the same airs, booth are "sadistic" on the inside, booth are blond and booth posess blue eyes, and booth find a new joy in living because of their engagements. Although booth works are very funny, they also introduce more heavy themes like the plague, the death of family menbers, depression and how fate can be changed, why dark magic is forbidden, violence, etc. If you enjoyed one, you will surely like the other.
Manga: Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
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Tasogare Otome x Amnesia
Manga: Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun
...then you might like
Jibaku Shounen Hanako-kun
Supernatural manga where one of the main characters is a ghost living in school. Characters in both mangas deal with mysteries happening in their school with the help (?) of this ghost.
Manga: Itoshi no Kana
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Itoshi no Kana
Manga: Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
...then you might like
Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
There’s something about these two in the way they manage to portray sex scenes as intimate rather than pornographic. It’s unfortunately very rare, so if you’re looking for series where you sometimes get touched by the sex rather than aroused, these two are good bets.
Manga: Umi no Misaki
If you liked
Umi no Misaki
Manga: Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
...then you might like
Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
These two both feature an MC that’s having sex with many girls without cheating or making drama out of it. Which is really refreshing considering how prominent that trope is. Umi no Misaki is more of a traditional harem manga (without the beta MC), and Shounen yo is more of a coming of age story, but they neatly fill a niche that few series actually venture into.
Manga: Aki-Sora
If you liked
Aki-Sora
Manga: Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
...then you might like
Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
Two coming of age stories where amount of “free sex” is pretty similar, the MC’s have lots of it and there’s not much consequences in terms of conscience or the “saving myself for my babe”-trope. Aki Sora is much darker and sadder.
Manga: Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
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Shounen yo Taishi wo dake!
Manga: Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
...then you might like
Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
Two coming of age stories where sex is a plot device rather than porn. They’re pretty different (Himegoto is much darker) but they both feature solid characters that’ll grow on you.
Manga: Boku no Hero Academia
If you liked
Boku no Hero Academia
Manga: Shy
...then you might like
Shy
Both are great action series including superheroes with superpowers. Furthermore both MCs are rookies who are developing their power through the series.
Manga: Rojiura Brothers
If you liked
Rojiura Brothers
Manga: Nyankees
...then you might like
Nyankees
Both mangas are about the gangs of cats. In Rojiura Brothers the main character changes into a cat whereas in Nyankees the main character is a cat from the beginning. Also there is much more fan service in Nyankees.
Manga: Yotsuba to!
If you liked
Yotsuba to!
Manga: Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
...then you might like
Jumyou wo Kaitotte Moratta. Ichinen ni Tsuki, Ichimanen de.
Besides the difference in genre they are thematically similar
Manga: Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
If you liked
Kino no Tabi: The Beautiful World
Manga: Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
...then you might like
Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
Both feature a protagonist that's not the main focus. The protagonist is there to shed light on themes related to society, philosophy, justice, ethics, etc. where auxilary, episodic characters exist to portray certain stereotypes or tropes. Both in Kino no Tabi and Ethics, the main character usually doesn't take a side, but rather raises questions and lets others, as well as the reader, to decide what to think about that.
Manga: Gokushufudou
If you liked
Gokushufudou
Manga: Toorigakari ni One Point Advice shiteiku Type no Yankee
...then you might like
Toorigakari ni One Point Advice shiteiku Type no Yankee
Manga revolves around a seemingly scary person is actually nice and can give you advice on everything, especially on household chores.
Manga: Koe no Katachi
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Koe no Katachi
Manga: Yubisaki to Renren
...then you might like
Yubisaki to Renren
Yubisaki to Renren and A Silent Voice are two manga series with a boy and a deaf girl who kinda likes him as the main characters—definitely check out either of these two if you want to see more deaf characters in manga or just in fiction in general. Also, the art in both of these are somewhat similar and are really aesthetically pleasing in my opinion!
Manga: Prison School
If you liked
Prison School
Manga: RaW Hero
...then you might like
RaW Hero
Same author. Unique style in both story and art in both of these mangas. Imo, raw hero is better, at least so far.
Manga: Sun-Ken Rock
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Sun-Ken Rock
Manga: Out
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Out
Very similar vibes. One has a yakuza setting while the other has a teenager delinquent setting. Good reads, but neither is outstanding imo. Good fight scenes.
Manga: Sekkou Boys: Kamigami to Eiyuu no Idol Group
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Sekkou Boys: Kamigami to Eiyuu no Idol Group
Manga: Shishunki Renaissance! David-kun
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Shishunki Renaissance! David-kun
Main characters are both statues. Different genres though.
Manga: Totsukuni no Shoujo
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Totsukuni no Shoujo
Manga: Taihai no Hana-uri
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Taihai no Hana-uri
Both share the same theme of a 'monster' guardian who cares for an outsider human girl in a dangerous world, but Taihai is a 4-koma and relies more on humour.
Manga: Mitsu Tsubo
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Mitsu Tsubo
Manga: Nyuutou
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Nyuutou
Both manga feature scenarios about young boys and older women. They both have fantastic art, which really helps to bring the scenes alive. If you enjoyed one of these manga, then I can practically guarantee you'll like the other. I personally prefer Mitsu Tsubo to Nyuutou, but they're both really good.
Manga: Jackass!
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Jackass!
Manga: Shiri Fechi nanka ni Sukarete Tamaru ka
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Shiri Fechi nanka ni Sukarete Tamaru ka
Fetish is the name of the game and both of these manga have main characters that can not seem to control the urge to touch what they like. In Shiri Fechi Nanka ni Sukarete Tamaru ka the fetish is the perfect rear end; and in Jackass! is is the perfect pair of legs. In each the two MCs are both straight and end up as a couple as a result of a fetish.
Manga: Love So Life
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Love So Life
Manga: Spy x Family
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Spy x Family
-Both revolve around the concept of "A family of strangers" or "being mistaken as a family" -Their female leads both are incredibly kind and good with kids but sometimes are slow or dense -Their male leads are calm and smart characters, but both are put in a situation they aren't familiar with "raising kids" and are sometimes seen losing their temper
Manga: Gekiga Hyouryuu
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Gekiga Hyouryuu
Manga: Gekiga Baka-tachi!!
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Gekiga Baka-tachi!!
Two autobiographies by pillars of the gekiga genre retracing the creation of this movement as well as the cultural context in which it was born. While “A Drifting Life” presents a rich and broad account of it through several decades, “Gekiga Fanatics” only focuses on the few years in the late 50s when the trio Tatsumi-Saito-Masahiko were teens living together and working for hinomaru bunko up until they finally moved to Kokubunji, making it a solid complementary reading. They share the same feeling of being unglorified and neutral outlook on their life, presenting facts in an almost documentary-like manner, entertwining their journey with those of several others popular authors.
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
Manga: Machikado Mazoku
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Machikado Mazoku
First of all... kaguya-sama is a rom-com manga and Machikado mazoku is some kind of fantasy-comedy manga. However, both mangas know how to transform a very serious and important moment(mostly trying to convey some motivational message) in a funny one just with the appereance of one random character. Also the development of their personalities is something that I feel very similar since the main characters of these mangas are not the same at the beginning in comparison with their latest chapters. You can feel a little but pleasant change in their personalities.
Manga: GTO
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GTO
Manga: Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
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Koko wa Ima kara Rinri desu.
Both have a teacher solving problems about their students. GTO has more comedy though.
Manga: Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
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Taishou Otome Otogibanashi
Manga: Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san
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Sewayaki Kitsune no Senko-san
The female lead both are similar to each other very much.
Manga: Houkago Hokenshitsu
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Houkago Hokenshitsu
Manga: Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
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Himegoto: Juukyuusai no Seifuku
They have the same suspense and one cannot really expect what’s going to happen, the relationships and the feelings between the characters are really alike, and finally the gender identity conflict that both of the main characters have.
Manga: Hige wo Soru. Soshite Joshikousei wo Hirou.
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Hige wo Soru. Soshite Joshikousei wo Hirou.
Manga: Musume no Tomodachi
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Musume no Tomodachi
office worker + JK complicated relationships Musume is a bit more dramatic though
Manga: Batsu Game
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Batsu Game
Manga: Free Kisses
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Free Kisses
These manga only have one thing in common, other than the Yaoi tag, and high school setting. They both start with the MCs meeting by way of kissing on the street (as complete strangers, no less).
Manga: Little Butterfly
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Little Butterfly
Manga: Love Stage!!
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Love Stage!!
Both about sweet little baby boys in love. My heart hurt. The cuteness is to great. Just read them both if you haven't.
Manga: Little Butterfly
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Little Butterfly
Manga: Given
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Given
They're both very cute and sweet yaoi's that just make your heart hurt.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
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Kaguya-sama wa Kokurasetai: Tensai-tachi no Renai Zunousen
I like to call Kaguya-sama "the student council version of Takagi-san." Both involve a battle of brains in the field of love and both involve some form of teasing
Manga: Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
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Shinka no Mi: Shiranai Uchi ni Kachigumi Jinsei
Manga: Lv2 kara Cheat datta Motoyuusha Kouho no Mattari Isekai Life
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Lv2 kara Cheat datta Motoyuusha Kouho no Mattari Isekai Life
1) Both main character were summoned to another fantasy world by a kingdom and immediately after were discarded by them 2) Both main character becomes the strongest in the world very fast 3) Both main character usually learn a great variaty of abilities in the same moment they saw it, also mastering them in one try 4) Both main character get married with a demi-human (it is in the summary, so it's no a spoiler) 5) Both stories present very powerful characters doing funny things with the main character
Manga: Touhou Suzunaan: Forbidden Scrollery.
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Touhou Suzunaan: Forbidden Scrollery.
Manga: Kyokou Suiri
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Kyokou Suiri
both are about Youkai lore and myths. mixed in with slight horror action and mystery.
Manga: Kutsuzure Sensen: Majo Vasenka no Sensou
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Kutsuzure Sensen: Majo Vasenka no Sensou
Manga: Golden Kamuy
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Golden Kamuy
If you enjoy either comic's sense of humor and the attention they pay to informing their work with authentic detail from history, you really should take a look.
Manga: Mahou Shoujo of the End
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Mahou Shoujo of the End
Manga: Mahou Shoujo Site
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Mahou Shoujo Site
Well well welly well. Here we have it: two "dark" magical girl manga created by Satou Kentarou. Stories so nonsensical with unlikable characters, truly baffling it is. Both manga have a lot in common. Very silly. I recommend you read any of Satou's works for more confusion and magical ridiculousness if that is what you enjoy.
Manga: Vinland Saga
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Vinland Saga
Manga: Wolfsmund
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Wolfsmund
Both have a dark history themed manga. Both were ruthless, but the sacrifice in Wolfsmund seems more priceless and the characters weren't meant to be likeable. However, there is a feeling that the author is a bit mysoginist here...
Manga: Last Game
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Last Game
Manga: Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
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Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
Both have a similiar chemistry betweem the two main characters, a popular good looking guy and a gloomy, silent girl. However, there is no rivalry in Otome Kaijuu. But, both were striving to have an equal terms in their relationship. However, Last game had an easily flustered main guy, and Otome Kaijuu is the opposite, it even took the easily flustered aspect to a whole new level.
Manga: Kimi ni Aisarete Itakatta
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Kimi ni Aisarete Itakatta
Manga: Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
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Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
Not so similiar with Otome Kaijuu, however it shows how dangerous and unforgiving a gloomy main girl can be. In the worst of cases, Kimi ni Aisarete shows the depravity of an outcast. The chemistry between the two main characters however, remains the same, popular good looking guy and an unpopular gloomy girl. However, i'd not say any of the characters in Kimi ni Aisarete is beautiful or good looking at all.
Manga: Boku Girl
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Boku Girl
Manga: Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
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Otome Kaijuu Caraméliser
A good match because of the sudden transformation the mc got. However, Otome Kaijuu is not a gendbend, instead it's a godzilla transformation. Which is absurd but fun to read.
Manga: Isekai de Saikyou Maou no Kodomotachi 10-nin no Mama ni Nacchaimashita.
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Isekai de Saikyou Maou no Kodomotachi 10-nin no Mama ni Nacchaimashita.
Manga: Chichi wa Eiyuu, Haha wa Seirei, Musume no Watashi wa Tenseisha.
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Chichi wa Eiyuu, Haha wa Seirei, Musume no Watashi wa Tenseisha.
"I Became the Mother of the Strongest Demon Lord's 10 Children in Another World" and "Dad is a Hero, Mom is a Spirit, I'm a Reincarnator" are two modern manga series about a female protagonist who has been brought into another world. Both series are also actually family-oriented stories, as the former is about a girl who now has to raise demon children and the latter is about a girl who is reincarnated as the cute daughter of a human hero and a powerful goddess. Even if you're not into stories about families, the art style in both series may be worth reading on the visual aspect alone.
Manga: Hourou Musuko
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Hourou Musuko
Manga: Shimanami Tasogare
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Shimanami Tasogare
Both focus on LGBT topics and have a therapeutic atmosphere and art style. Kind of bittersweet.
Manga: Koko ni Iru yo!
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Koko ni Iru yo!
Manga: Koiwazurai no Ellie
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Koiwazurai no Ellie
Similar concepts: a girl who feels "invisible" and posts on social media all the time becomes "found" by a cool and popular guy and begins to make friends in real life as well.
Manga: Otome Danshi ni Koisuru Otome
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Otome Danshi ni Koisuru Otome
Manga: Fukakai na Boku no Subete wo
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Fukakai na Boku no Subete wo
Both manga focus on LGBT aspects of the characters and how they and others deal with them. It shows the difficulties of gay relationships and crossdressing. I found myself learning a lot about self-realization and acceptance along with romance, drama and comedy. It feels like both try to give us the same kind of meaningful messages!
Manga: Pandora Hearts
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Pandora Hearts
Manga: Vanitas no Carte
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Vanitas no Carte
Vanitas no Carte has the same author, Jun Mochizuki. It's another beautiful work and the art style has only improved since Pandora Hearts. I don't usually care for vampire-related stories but this is an exception! The characters are very lovable and the plot is interesting yet still quite mysterious, much like how it was in Pandora Hearts.
Manga: Reimei no Arcana
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Reimei no Arcana
Manga: Akatsuki no Yona
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Akatsuki no Yona
In both mangas, the protagonist is a red-haired girl who must fight for the good of a kingdom while finding the love and support of others.
Manga: Reimei no Arcana
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Reimei no Arcana
Manga: Kagehime no Konrei
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Kagehime no Konrei
Both are similar in the style of drawing and the world in which they take place. A young woman who must marry a prince and adapt to this lifestyle.
Manga: Soul Eater
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Soul Eater
Manga: Nejimaki Kagyuu
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Nejimaki Kagyuu
Similar artstyle, cool main girls, great action, lots of blood
Manga: Hoankan Evans no Uso: Dead or Love
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Hoankan Evans no Uso: Dead or Love
Manga: Renjou Desperado
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Renjou Desperado
Both stories are happening in a Far West setting, although Renjou Desperado mixes in samurai elements. The main characters are very naive when it comes to love, and the situations then get into are funny. Both manga just give me a similar feeling.
Manga: Dorohedoro
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Dorohedoro
Manga: Chainsaw Man
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Chainsaw Man
Both have similar styles and presentations. Protags are similar in how they're a fusion of two things and tend to act like assholes. Lots of action, death, gore, cynicism, and dark humor. One deals with magic while the other deals with demons.
Manga: Nisekoi
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Nisekoi
Manga: Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
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Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai
The author of Bokutachi wa Benkyou ga Dekinai was a former assitant of the author of Nisekoi. The drawing style and plot construction are so similar that a lot of people thin in Bokutachi as a Nisekoi vol.2 or a new work from Naoshi Komi.
Manga: Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
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Karakai Jouzu no Takagi-san
Manga: Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
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Kubo-san wa Mob wo Yurusanai
School girl teases boy. Pretty much the same genre
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